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Jan 25, 2013 6:00am EST
. >> so when the president and many democrats call for a so-called clean increase in the debt ceiling which they mean as no other reforms or other proposals attached to that or changes in spending behavior, um, how do you see the path forward, um, and what should advocates of lower spending expect from the administration? be or ore budget reforms -- or other budget reforms that might be attached? i'd like you to comment on it and dr. foster. >> as i say, i don't think the debt limit bill per se controls spending. it controls -- it's a limit. but i do think that there are other tools, and they're not, they're not pretty. but you do have a sequester. i would certainly argue -- and this is just myself speaking, not bpc -- that you would look at the sequester as something that really does reduce spending. and i would also argue that one thing to do there would be to modify the she keyser so -- sequester so that it does affect more than the discretioning their portion of the budget and maybe with some trepidation also tax expenditures. >> all right. dr. foster? >> yes, sir. as i mentioned,
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